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  •  The Man of the Crowd stands as a transitional work between the haunting Gothic tales of the late 1830s and the ratiocinative fiction of the early forties, possessing obvious qualities of both.
  • A direct, non-ratiocinative inference would, for example, be : " from the proposition that all airplanes have wings, it immediately follows that whatever has no wings is not an airplane ."
  • Even these ratiocinative wizards, however, admit to puzzlement .  But I'm not getting this,  says Michelle .  Why commit murders in similar styles to past killers as a copycat would and then write letters making it clear you re not them ?  Excellent question, and it goes pretty much unanswered.
  • The best of his short stories belong to the early intensely ratiocinative period, and both " The Adventures of Ellery Queen " ( 1934 ) and " The New Adventures " ( 1940 ) are as absolutely fair and totally puzzling as the most passionate devotee of orthodoxy could wish . . . ( E ) very story in these books is composed with wonderful skill ."
  • "The best of ( Ellery Queen's ) short stories belong to the early intensely ratiocinative period, and both " The Adventures of Ellery Queen " ( 1934 ) and " The New Adventures of Ellery Queen " ( 1940 ) are as absolutely fair and totally puzzling as the most passionate devotee of orthodoxy could wish . . . . ( Every ) story in these books is composed with wonderful skill ."
  • He explains that the dissociation of sensibility is the reason for the  difference between the intellectual and the reflective poet .  The earlier intellectual poet, Eliot writes,  possessed a mechanism of sensibility which could devour any kind of experience .  When the dissociation of sensibility occurred,  [ the ] poets revolted against the ratiocinative, the descriptive; they thought and felt by fits, unbalanced; they reflected .  Thus dissociation of sensibility is the point at which and the manner by which this change in poetic method and style occurred; it is defined by Eliot as the loss of sensation united with thought.